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December 1, 2020, 5:13 am

 

THE SINGLES 1967-1970

Band:HONEYBUS
Album:THE SINGLES 1967-1970
Label:hanky panky
Format:LP
Genre:60S POP/BAROQUE POP

Released in March 1968, and included here, "I Can't Let Maggie Go" became the third Honeybus single and the one which would ensure their place in the history books. The single hit number 8 in the UK and became a huge hit worldwide. And still Honeybus remain a unique group in so many ways. Their legacy has become cherished more and more, its quiet majesty singling them out from the few contemporaries they had. While plaudits for the group’s sole Deram album, 1970’s exemplary Story continue to roll in as fresh generations of pop connoisseurs discover its charms, and the group’s subsequent ill-starred excursions into the studio in the early ’70s (the long lost Recital album and the rarities companion volume For Where Have You Been: The Lost Tracks, released by Hanky Panky /Mapache in 2018) simply add further depth and kudos to their already Godlike status, their run of half a dozen 45s has been side-lined somewhat. Now for the first time ever the 12 sides released on Deram by the Mk I and Mk II line-ups of the group between 1967 and 1970 have been sourced from the master tapes, assembled in chronological order and presented in album fashion.

 

 

JACK NITZSCHE

Band:JACK NITZSCHE
Album:JACK NITZSCHE
Label:hanky panky
Format:LP
Genre:POP/SINGER SONGWRITER

The Lost 1974 Reprise Album: A Forgotten Masterpiece. First ever vinyl release, with original artwork. - Includes 4 page insert with notes by Bryan Thomas, and many rare pictures and graphics Best known as the right-hand-man and arranger of producer Phil Spector and for his work with the Rolling Stones or Neil Young, among many others, Bernard Alfred Jack Nitzsche also worked extensively in film scores, notably for films such as Performance, The Exorcist and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (in 1983, he won the Academy Award for Best Original Song for co-writing "Up Where We Belong"). As a solo artist, he scored one of Reprise label s first pop hits with his instrumental The Lonely Surfer in 1963. Between January 14-23, 1974, Jack Nitzsche recorded a self-titled album at Cinderella Studios in Madison, Tennessee, and a release date was set for April 26, before it was pulled from the label's schedule by Warner Bros. label chief Morris "Mo" Ostin. The project was a collaboration between Nitzsche and underground filmmaker Robert Downey. The album remained unreleased, abandoned in a North Hollywood storage facility that Warner employees call "the Vault," until Rhino Handmade included all eleven tracks in their Jack Nitzsche collection Three Piece Suit: The Reprise Recordings 1971-1974, a long out of print internet-only CD issued to great critical acclaim in 2001. This Hanky Panky / Mapache LP release marks the first time it has been made available on vinyl, as originally intended. Press for Jack Nitzsche : - With a nod to primal Todd Rundgren and the quirky harmonic genius of Brian Wilson, tracks such as "Lower California" and "I'm the Loneliest Fool" recall the idiosyncratic nature of his collaborative efforts with Van Dyke Parks, and arrangements for Tim Buckley and the Buffalo Springfield. Lindsay Planer, allmusic.com - Acid-trip mariachi, warped lounge music, and Randy Newman-on-a-binge pop. Captivating. David Browne, Entertainment Weekly - A key lost chapter of the ultra-hip early 70s Warner Brothers rock scene done with a style that's a bit like the best Reprise work of Van Dyke Parks, Jimmy Webb, Randy Newman, and Paul and/or Mason Williams. Dusty Groove - An ambitious affair in the Smile/Song Cycle mode Barney Hoskyns, Waiting For The Sun - "Jack's one of the modern-day masters. His creations are on par with Mozart and the composers of the Renaissance" Neil Young TRACK LISTING 1.- Lower California 2.-Who Say What To Who 3.- I m The Loneliest Fool 4.- Little Al 5.- Sleeping Daughter 6.- New Mexico 7.- Hanging Around 8.- On The Moodus Run 9.- Brace 10.- Marie 11.- Number Eleven

 

 

NEUROPUNK BOOSTERGANG

Band:EXPANDER
Album:NEUROPUNK BOOSTERGANG
Label:Profound Lore
Format:CD
Genre:THRASH METAL

Originating from Austin, TX, EXPANDER has subverted traditional band trajectories to receive global recognition of their unique brand of futuristic metalpunk since forming in 2014. With their second full-length album, Neuropunk Boostergang , the group aggressively channels the anxieties foisted on us from oppressive systems using every weapon at their disposal: pummeling rhythms, transcendent melodies and wild vocal deliveries that keep listeners on guard for whatever might come crawling from the wastes next. This record marks the band s return to God City, again utilizing the state-of-the-art studio to capture every nuance of the raw energy contained within these potent audio capsules. The result is a glimpse into a barbarous future where traditional riffs get flipped on their head, anti-gravity rhythms pull you in different directions and supernatural voices jack-in to your skull to command attention. Should we retain our humanity in the face of constant neurological assault? Is the physical body altogether obsolete? What otherworldly landscapes plagued by grotesque overlords will we find ourselves surviving next? With Neuropunk Boostergang, Expander mercilessly answers these questions with the fist of flesh and mind of machine. TRACK LISTING: 1. Wretched Warez, 2. Megacorp, 3. Hyper-Flesh Aedificium, 4. Waste Ranger, 5. Cryptosteal, 6. Loyalty Illusion (R.A.T.), 7. Rejunkulizer, 8. Neuropunk Boostergang, 9. Obsoletor, 10. C.O.III: Quest for a Future

 

 

NEUROPUNK BOOSTERGANG

Band:EXPANDER
Album:NEUROPUNK BOOSTERGANG
Label:Profound Lore
Format:LP
Genre:THRASH METAL

Originating from Austin, TX, EXPANDER has subverted traditional band trajectories to receive global recognition of their unique brand of futuristic metalpunk since forming in 2014. With their second full-length album, “Neuropunk Boostergang”, the group aggressively channels the anxieties foisted on us from oppressive systems using every weapon at their disposal: pummeling rhythms, transcendent melodies and wild vocal deliveries that keep listeners on guard for whatever might come crawling from the wastes next.

 

 

METAL NOIR QUEBECOIS

Band:FORTERESSE
Album:METAL NOIR QUEBECOIS
Label:SEPULCHRAL PRODUCTIONS
Format:CDD
Genre:Black Metal

This flagship of the Québec scene is available again at last in a new, remastered version, done by Forteresse to balance the instruments and confer a more powerful sound to the whole, while still staying close to the original recording of this classic. The layout has also been updated in a lavish 3-pannel Digipack format, so as to give this opus even more impressive visuals. One of the most important albums from the Québec Black Metal scene, yours to rediscover! Métal Noir Québécois goes beyond classic album territory. This is, in its purest form, a Manifesto. 6/6 Metalian Magazine This album is basically perfect. This is Black Metal that rivals with the best of the best out there. From anywhere. 10/10 Metal Universe A noisy, ice-cold, frantic love letter to Québec that will delight fans of pure, forceful Black Metal 9/10 Sang Frais TRACK LISTING 1. La Moisson de la Liberté 2. Une Nuit pour la Patrie 3. La Flamme et le Lys 4. De Sang et de Volonté 5. Métal Noir Québécois 6. Honneur et Tradition

 

 

SHINDIG 105

Band:SHINING
Album:SHINDIG 105
Label:SILVERBACK
Format:Mag
Genre:MAGAZINES

The Pretty Things The making of S.F. Sorrow… in their own words
Boeing Duveen & The Beautiful Soup A young doctor, LSD and Lewis Carroll: the ingredients of a psych‐pop classic
Strange Brew Sixties psychedelia’s fascination with the humble cuppa
Skip Bifferty The Don Arden managed psychedelic tricksters that had it all but gained nothing
The Yardbirds Little Games with Jimmy Page, Mickie Most and the search for an identity

 

 

I'VE GOT ROOM IN MY WAGON

Band:MOS GENERATOR
Album:I'VE GOT ROOM IN MY WAGON
Label:H42 Records
Format:12
Genre:HEAVY ROCK/STONER ROCK/HARD ROCK

This special Collectors Item is the newest release from Mos Generator. Mos Generator is the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist and producer Tony Reed. Having remained a steady presence in the rock n roll underground for many years. Mos Generator formed during the winter of 2000 in Port Orchard, Washington from the ashes of a ten year off & on collaboration between its three members, all of which are long time veterans of road & studio. The need to strip down to the basics of hard rock was apparent from the start and continues to be the foundation for all the bands recent material. In Good tradition of Hüsker Dü Mos Generator turned their Hit Diana in a new garment. To complete this H42 Records Limited Edition Release there is a another new song called Flower & Song and two old songs witch were originally released 2015 on a special Bonus Tape (ltd. 75 copies). All Vinyl came with an exclusive silkscreened B-side (black vinyl with white silkscreen) Flower & Song and Diane are previously unreleased. Slow/Moody and Early Mourning (live) originally released on (Bonus)Tape only in 2015 by H42 Records t s as pure an example of heavy rock as I ve heard. JJ Koczan The Obelisk TRACK LISTING Side A: 1. Flower & Song 2. Diane 3. Slow/Moody 4. Early Mourning (Live Freak Valley Festival 2015) Side B: Exclusively silkscreened B-Side

 

 

DIE BY THE SWORD 1986/1991

Band:SOLOMON KANE
Album:DIE BY THE SWORD 1986/1991
Label:PROGAOR
Format:CD
Genre:Prog

Mike Coates is no stranger to Progaor, in fact his bands are the genesis of this label, first with the megacult ASIA CD release that combined the two albums, then with pre-Asia band White Wing lone album, and finally the trilogy is complete with Solomon Kane unreleased recordings! Solomon Kane is Mike Coates basically recording with female singer Deb Marquart. Expect Epic Progressive/Pomp Metal of the highest caliber! The recordings were remastered recently from the original Dat Tape and the results are excellent! We are thrilled to announce this exciting release, as Mike has a very special place on this label.

 

 

THE SUNS OF PERDITION, CHAPTER II: RENDER UNTO EDEN

Band:PANZERFAUST
Album:THE SUNS OF PERDITION, CHAPTER II: RENDER UNTO EDEN
Label:Eisenwald
Format:CDD
Genre:Black Metal

For the better part of 15 years, Canada's PANZERFAUST have been steadily crafting some of the finest, most thought-provoking black metal. With their The Winds Will Lead Us... debut album in 2006 onward, their obsidian flower forever kept blossoming, culminating in 2013's pivotal Jevohah-Jireh: The Divine Anti-logos, which signaled a significant (and fortuitous) shift in the band's aesthetic. In 2016, PANZERFAUST released The Lucifer Principle EP, pushing their adventurous spirit yet further, perhaps most forecasted by the closing Johnny Cash cover. However, it was 2019's The Suns of Perdition - Chapter I: War, Horrid War where PANZERFAUST truly had their watershed moment. Released to widespread acclaim by EISENWALD, this staggering work brimmed with daring and dynamics - a kaleidoscopic fury, if you will - that vivaciously and viciously displayed a band hitting their creative peak. The album was the first chapter of the band's tetralogy examining the malign episodes of this past century, shining a light on difficult subject matter using a begrimed philosophical lens. The resulting synthesis is what George Orwell once described as [a vision of the future] "a boot stamping on a human face forever." Alas, PANZERFAUST waste no time in delivering the next chapter of that tetralogy - and equally keep a fever pitch to that creative peak - with the much-anticipated The Suns of Perdition II: Render Unto Eden. Recorded at BWC Studios with Greg Dawson and with mastering by Sergei Lazar at CDM Records, Render Unto Eden is an altogether more somber record: here do PANZERFAUST more fully work with light and shade, their darkness displaying far more hues than previously deemed imaginable. Whereas the five-song first chapter was taut 'n' terrorizing, The Suns of Perdition II likewise features five songs but in a more expansive 44-minute runtime. As such, massive vistas of molten melancholy unfold, the inexorable push-and-pull patient but persistent; layers upon layers of understanding are packed into each of these scintillating minutes. The violence is more carefully doled out, in kind, and the sum effect is nothing short of hypnotic, particularly the track "Promethean Fire," which features guest vocals from Maria Arkhipova of Russia's Arkona. The Suns of Perdition II: Render Unto Eden echoes within the mind and spirit long after the record's over... M Deluxe Digipak CD edition with booklet, incl. Lyrics and illustrations Second installment in the band`s epic tetralogy, examining the malign episodes of this past century On 'Render Unto Eden' will unfold massive vistas of molten melancholy, the inexorable push-and-pull patient but persistent TRACKLIST 1. Promethean Fire [10:22] 2. The Faustian Pact [8:10] 3. Areopagitica [7:34] 4. The Snare of the Fowler [9:54] 5. Pascal's Wager [8:00]

 

 

THE SUNS OF PERDITION, CHAPTER II: RENDER UNTO EDEN (CLEAR VINYL)

Band:PANZERFAUST
Album:THE SUNS OF PERDITION, CHAPTER II: RENDER UNTO EDEN (CLEAR VINYL)
Label:Eisenwald
Format:LP
Genre:Black Metal

For the better part of 15 years, Canada's PANZERFAUST have been steadily crafting some of the finest, most thought-provoking black metal. With their The Winds Will Lead Us... debut album in 2006 onward, their obsidian flower forever kept blossoming, culminating in 2013's pivotal Jevohah-Jireh: The Divine Anti-logos, which signaled a significant (and fortuitous) shift in the band's aesthetic. In 2016, PANZERFAUST released The Lucifer Principle EP, pushing their adventurous spirit yet further, perhaps most forecasted by the closing Johnny Cash cover. However, it was 2019's The Suns of Perdition - Chapter I: War, Horrid War where PANZERFAUST truly had their watershed moment. Released to widespread acclaim by EISENWALD, this staggering work brimmed with daring and dynamics - a kaleidoscopic fury, if you will - that vivaciously and viciously displayed a band hitting their creative peak. The album was the first chapter of the band's tetralogy examining the malign episodes of this past century, shining a light on difficult subject matter using a begrimed philosophical lens. The resulting synthesis is what George Orwell once described as [a vision of the future] "a boot stamping on a human face forever." Alas, PANZERFAUST waste no time in delivering the next chapter of that tetralogy - and equally keep a fever pitch to that creative peak - with the much-anticipated The Suns of Perdition II: Render Unto Eden. Recorded at BWC Studios with Greg Dawson and with mastering by Sergei Lazar at CDM Records, Render Unto Eden is an altogether more somber record: here do PANZERFAUST more fully work with light and shade, their darkness displaying far more hues than previously deemed imaginable. Whereas the five-song first chapter was taut 'n' terrorizing, The Suns of Perdition II likewise features five songs but in a more expansive 44-minute runtime. As such, massive vistas of molten melancholy unfold, the inexorable push-and-pull patient but persistent; layers upon layers of understanding are packed into each of these scintillating minutes. The violence is more carefully doled out, in kind, and the sum effect is nothing short of hypnotic, particularly the track "Promethean Fire," which features guest vocals from Maria Arkhipova of Russia's Arkona. The Suns of Perdition II: Render Unto Eden echoes within the mind and spirit long after the record's over... TRACKLIST 1. Promethean Fire [10:22] 2. The Faustian Pact [8:10] 3. Areopagitica [7:34] 4. The Snare of the Fowler [9:54] 5. Pascal's Wager [8:00]

 

 


 
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